|RUN LIKE A DEER 5K|
The annual Run Like a Deer 5k, to offset the costs of NWR#7 graduation, will take place on Saturday, November 4, 2017. Please click here for more information.
|Message for all town residents|
Call for Questions for First Selectman Debate
The Barkhamsted Women’s Club is organizing a debate for the First Selectman candidates. The debate will be held on October 30, 2017 at 7 p.m. at The Barkhamsted School at 65 Ripley Road.
We welcome questions from residents. Each person may submit multiple questions. Please submit your question(s) to Barkhamsted.email@example.com or to BWC, PO Box 362, Pleasant Valley, CT 06063 by midnight October 17, 2017.
All questions received will be grouped by topic and questions regarding the top topics will be asked as time allows. Therefore, it is important that you submit your question(s) of interest even if you know that another resident has already submitted a question on the topic. Submitting a question is your way to vote for the questions to be asked. Note that your question may be combined with others on the same topic and paraphrased.
All candidates will respond to the same questions.
Reminder: questions must be received by midnight October 17, 2017 via email or US postal service.
Thank you for your participation,
The Barkhamsted Women’s Club
|Town Plan of Conservation & Development - 2017-2027|
The Town is revising its Plan of Conservation & Development, which must be done every 10 years. This document guides our Boards and Commissions in many of the actions they take on behalf of the Town. Please review the link below and plan on attending the public hearing to be held on October 12 at 7:00PM at the Town Highway Garage Community Room, so you can participate in the decision process by our Planning & Zoning Commission. The plan must be approved in November to be compliant with State requirements. read more ...
|BARKHAMSTED HISTORICAL SOCIETY|
Join us at Squires’ Tavern,100 East River Rd.,Barkhamsted,Ct., on Sat.Oct 28th at 2pm as we honor Bob Judd by dedicating a chestnut tree in his honor. Bob was a long time member who loved trees and history and helped the Historical Society in many ways during his lifetime. Come visit with his wife Alice and share stories about Bob while enjoying refreshments.
|BARKHAMSTED HISTORICAL SOCIETY TAVERN NIGHT|
On October 21st at 7:00PM, we will have the Tavern “open for business’ just like it was in the 1800’s. Dress up in period clothes (if you dare) and join us for Tavern food and drinks, as well as games and music. We will have contra dancing in the Ballroom after dinner, beginning at 8:00PM.
We have done this for several years and everyone who comes really enjoys it. The Tavern looks so nice all lit up with people talking and dancing just as it did many years ago.
Cost is $10 per person, with children free. Tickets may be purchased at the Tavern during our regular hours (Wednesday, 9:00-12:00, or Sunday 1:00-4:00). We are LIMITING the number of tickets to 50 this year, so be sure to BUY EARLY!
It’s a great way to travel back in time and have an enjoyable evening with friends and neighbors. Hope you can come to Squire’s Tavern, 100 East River Road, Barkhamsted, CT. Questions, call: Noreen Watson 860.738.1152
|Small Business Seminars at NWCC|
The Entrepenurial Center of Northwestern Connecticut Community College has two very interesting, upcoming small business seminars coming in October. One is on "Networking - The Process of Developing Win-Win Relationships" and the other is on "Cooperative Marketing". If you have a small business or are thinking about starting one, these seminars could be very helpful to you.
Click on the titles of the seminar above to see more details on each of them.
|LEGAL NOTICE TOWN OF BARKHAMSTED|
All residents and non-residents, owning tangible personal property and subject to property tax in the town of Barkhamsted on October 1, 2017, are hereby notified to file their list of personal property with the Barkhamsted Assessor on or before November 1, 2017. List need not include real estate or registered vehicles, but must include Non-registered vehicles or vehicles with out-of-state registrations and snowmobiles, machinery, equipment, commercial furniture, fixtures, electronic data processing, peripheral equipment, farm tools, mechanics tools, leased equipment & other tangible personal property. All individuals owning and operating a business in the town of Barkhamsted including businesses that are being operated from home are required by law to file their list of personal property with the Assessor.
Please do not disregard this notice: a 25% penalty will be assessed for failing to file a Declaration with the Assessor’s Office by November 1, 2017. The Assessor’s Office, located at 67 Ripley Hill Road, Barkhamsted, will assist taxpayers who have questions or need help filling out the Personal Property Declaration. Office hours are: Monday, Tuesday & Thursday 9 – 4, Wednesday 9 – 5, Friday 9 – 12. To download a form go to: http://barkhamsted.us/Departments/Assessor
Francine Beland, CCMA II, Assessor
Barkhamsted Town Hall
67 Ripley Hill Road
Pleasant Valley, CT 06063 - 3329
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Wednesday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday 9:00 AM - noon
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The Town is in the process of updating its Plan of Conservation and Development, which must be completed by 2017. As part of this activity, there will be public meetings to review related topics; and a survey will be sent to residents to get their opinions on how they envision the future of the Town. We have also set up a webpage that will keep you updated on our progress on this important initiative. Please click here to go to that webpage.
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